Adam Lambert – Adam Lambert clears up comments about being the front-man for Queen.
The former American Idol runner-up cleared up some false information about himself being the front-man for Queen.
Apparently, some comments that he made about heading on the road to perform with Roger Taylor and Brian May, later in the year, were taken out of context.
Lambert, 30, claims that he was alluding to the previous MTV European Music Awards performance that he gave with the rock icons in November.
According to a Queen’s spokesperson there have been discussions about Adam heading out with the band. However, there have not been any confirmed official deals as of yet.
They previously went on tour with Paul Rodgers, the lead singer for Bad Company, who stood in for Freddie Mercury. If a deal does get worked out Lambert could be performing with the British rock band at the Sonisphere European music festival, which normally takes place across Europe between June and August.
However, Adam does not plan on attempting to replace Mercury, who died in 1991 of bronchopneumonia, which was brought on by AIDS. He passed away on November 24 1991, just one day after he acknowledged to the public that he had the disease.